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Led Zeppelin IV [Deluxe Remastered CD] Deluxe Edition


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  • Audio CD (27 Oct 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B00M30SPMU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (189 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 113 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Black Dog
2. Rock And Roll
3. The Battle Of Evermore
4. Stairway To Heaven
5. Misty Mountain Hop
6. Four Sticks
7. Going To California
8. When The Levee Breaks
Disc: 2
1. Black Dog (Basic Track With Guitar Overdubs)
2. Rock And Roll (Alternate Mix)
3. The Battle Of Evermore (Mandolin / Guitar Mix From Headley Grange)
4. Stairway To Heaven (Sunset Sound Mix)
5. Misty Mountain Hop (Alternate Mix)
6. Four Sticks (Alternate Mix)
7. Going To California (Mandolin / Guitar Mix)
8. When The Levee Breaks (Alternate Uk Mix In Progress)

Product Description

Deluxe 2 CD package with the original artwork, plus the newly created negative artwork for the companion audio. The original album is newly remastered; the 2nd CD features previously unreleased studio outtakes. 16 page booklet.

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By David Mansfield on 2 Nov 2014
Format: Audio CD
I was in a real dilemma as to how to rate this. Five stars to the original album, and one star for the bonus disc, which as a package is blatant cash-in. It's about time Mr Page gave us some really worthwhile offerings, such as Earls Court '75 instead of these money making retreads.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By JESB on 12 Nov 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Zep 4 all remastered and sounding lovely. Legend is that p*ssed off trying to nail four sticks Bonzo started the intro to rock 'n' roll and 10 minutes later they had a song. This remaster suggests bonzo was still a little nutsed off with something when it came to recording the track as it's a pretty pugilistic performance, wonderfully captured. Before that jimmy page shows what effective lead guitar playing sounds like on the outro to Black Dog, unlike his live work, here he displays an economy and lazer sighted delivery, my personal favourite of his up tempo solos.
Stairway sounds beautiful, it's funny, after all the naff cover versions and the overblown self indulgent live releases to hear the source code version dragged from her hedgerow and given a rainwater wash down. This was what all the fuss was about. Misty mountain is magnificent, this is why the french can't do rock, you have to eat meat and potatoes to knock this kind of stuff out. I could waffle on but you probably know all about this stuff.
I guess what you want to know is, is it worth shelling out for the deluxe edition? For me this is the better of the 5 so far relased by virtue of the fact that 6 of the 8 tracks are at least virtually complete (no lead guitar on black dog) and therefore of some abiding interest to me at least. Most revelatory is maybe 4 sticks which seems to have better dynamics, I maybe prefer this to the released version, the others are pretty close to the originals and you can at least play spot the difference.
My whinge is as always with these remasters why not release complete alternative versions.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Smitty Werbenjaegermanjensen (real name) TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 27 Oct 2014
Format: Audio CD
Incredible remastering job from Mr Page and team. This remastering is amongst the best I have heard this side of the King Crimson 40th Anniversary Steven Wilson releases.

No point in rehashing the contents so I will just concentrate on the sound quality. The separation of the instruments and voices is a relevation.

When The Battle of Evermore starts you can tell that this version is special. Robert Plant and Sandy Denny just sound amazing. It is possible to clearly hear each ones every note as distinctly separate voices, which I have to admit to not being able to do so before. Plant even does three part harmonies at times, again, not something that previous versions laid out so clearly. There is a great bit of Pages studio trickery towards the end of the song where he uses varying amounts of reverb to get the voices to sweep in and then move away as the harmony lines build up. Sandy Denny's voice is a wonderful foil to Plant throughout.

The steel strung acoustic guitar at the start of Stairway rings out panned hard to the left, then in come the recorders co of John Paul Jones, as he overdubs a couple of lines. You can hear the wood in the recorders here.

John Bonhams cymbals all sound properly metallic and there is a difference between them rather than just a splashy tizz, so common on all too many CDs.

The sound of Bonhams drums on Levee can now be heard coming back down from the roof after whipping up past the mics ;-)

This set has the least interesting set of outtakes though. They sound too close to the finished items to be of sustained interest.
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This 1971 album is judged by many to be Zeppelin's best, and most consider `Stairway' to be their all-time greatest song (it's certainly the best known).

`Zep 4' is however more than just `Stairway': it's a collection of fine numbers, with no flat spots. There's great rock music in `Rock & Roll' & `Misty Mountain Hop' plus the interesting opener `Black Dog' with its 3-part structure & unconventional rhythms. There are some memorable acoustic-folkie songs: `The Battle of Evermore' dominated instrumentally by mandolin & one of the very rare occasions when the band used a female singer (Sandy Denny) to harmonise with Robert Plant, and the sublime `Goin' to California'. The dark & heavy `Four Sticks' has Bonzo playing with 4 drumsticks throughout the action, and the epic closer `When the Levee Breaks' rounds things off in great style. When so much music from the intervening decades now sounds dated, this still sounds fresh and interesting.

Now: is the 2014 `2-CD Deluxe Edition' worth buying, or should you stick with your old CD or vinyl?

The 2-CD release follows the format of its predecessors (1, 2 & 3) in offering the original album remastered on the first CD and a second disk of extra material. The remastering of the original album is fabulous and sounds better than ever, with a deep warm sound and everything in perfect balance. As LZ4 is considered by most to be the zenith of Zep's output containing consistently A1-class material, it's worth buying just for this alone.

The second CD contains only alternate takes of the album tracks, in the same running order. Most sound too close to the original songs to be of sustained interest to any but the die-hard Zeppelin obsessive. There are `karaoke' (i.e.
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